Where's hot? September in Dubai...
Friday 14 September 2012
Perhaps the question might be better phrased as "where's not so hot?". Dubai simmers down in September, the searing heat of summer subsiding to a more comfortable average in the low 30Cs.
It's the ideal climate for camel racing, which gets under way at the Al Marmoum Racetrack (dcrc.ae) next month; or exploring the city from the newly opened Hues Hotel (00 971 4 236 5566; hueshotel.com) on the Corniche, close to the souks.
Expedia (0330 123 1235; expedia.co.uk) is offering a four-night room-only stay at the hotel for £555pp, with Royal Brunei Airlines flights from Heathrow on 28 September.
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